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Urban Transformation and Creativity: Towards Learning Cities in Egypt

Urban Transformation and Creativity: Towards Learning Cities in Egypt
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Author(s): Ahmed Mousa Badawi (Independent Researcher, Egypt)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 18
Source title: Handbook of Research on Creative Cities and Advanced Models for Knowledge-Based Urban Development
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Aly Abdel Razek Galaby (Faculty of Arts, Alexandria University, Egypt)and Amal Adel Abdrabo (Faculty of Education, Alexandria University, Egypt)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4948-3.ch006


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Serious investment in education is the best way to achieve sustainable development. ‎It is a ‎lifelong education for all, injustice and equal conditions, that can transform ‎societies ‎towards creativity. This chapter assumes that the spread of the creative cities ‎in Egypt must ‎be preceded by the expansion of the learning cities. And to reach this goal ‎needs to pave ‎the way and overcome many social problems, where Egypt wasn't able to ‎reduce inflation ‎and urban randomness, unable to reduce ‎corruption or to reduce ‎population growth rate, ‎and ‎unable to achieve equal distribution of public services‎. This chapter will provide ‎the ‎reader with an answer to the question, How can we reach the creative community by ‎expanding the spread of learning cities in the Egyptian governorates?‎‏ ‏‎To answer this ‎question, the chapter relies on statistical analysis and focus group interview, and using ‎conflicted rules theory to provide a theoretical perception of sustainable development ‎programs that ‎accommodate and accept learning cities.‎

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